O Canada! Nick Taylor, Adam Hadwin weather conditions at WM Phoenix Open
SCOTTSDALE – Despite big-name presence at the WM Phoenix Open, a pair of lesser-known Canadians started strong in a frosty and windy tournament.
Una madre mexicana en Phoenix busca empoderar a otras mujeres con su historia de emprendimiento
PHOENIX – Imelda Hartley dijo que pasó por momentos duros, como la violación a la que fue sometida a los 12 años a manos de un amigo de la familia. Perdió la custodia de sus hijos dos veces, todo por las mentiras de terceros que, según ella, buscaban verla destruida. Pero Hartley salió victoriosa y busca contagiar su empoderamiento a otros.
In wake of Brian Beazer’s death, Arizona Rattlers reflect on Harley-riding mascot ‘Fang’
PHOENIX – Brian Beazer, who was better known to Arizona Rattlers fans as the iconic Harley-Davidson-riding mascot ‘Fang,’ passed away at 65. Past and present members of the organization remembered him on and off the field.
Operation Restoring Veteran Hope seeks to help veterans grow and heal
PHOENIX – Operation Restoring Veteran Hope, a Phoenix nonprofit, aims to help veterans by offering health resources, community outreach and bonding at the organization’s headquarters, the Bunker.
Overlanding community seeks path to a more sustainable future
FLAGSTAFF – Overlanding is a form of self-sufficient, off-grid adventure travel that utilizes large vehicles and practices that pose a risk to the environment. The Overland Expo Foundation is striving to become more sustainable.
Tourists returning to Grand Canyon, but businesses still feel pandemic effects
GRAND CANYON – More tourists are coming to the Grand Canyon, but some businesses are struggling to stay afloat while pandemic restrictions are lifted.
‘One generation away’: Diné College fights to keep Navajo culture alive during pandemic
The Navajo Nation has been hit hard by COVID-19. Schools and teachers like those at the Diné College in Tsaile pass on traditional knowledge in the face of a pandemic.
With pro sports under scrutiny, Rangers announce Charley Pride Fellowship for diverse students
TEMPE – Late country music legend and Texas Rangers part-owner Charley Pride left his mark on both the music and baseball communities. Now, through the Rangers’ Charley Pride fellowship program, his impact will continue to be felt.
Moving on: ASU receiver Harry declares for NFL Draft
TEMPE – Junior wide receiver N’Keal Harry announced his decision to forgo his senior season and declare for the 2019 NFL Draft on Monday.
A new experience for Edwards and Sumlin coaching their first Territorial Cup game
Arizona State and Arizona have new additions to this year's Territorial Cup game.
Showdown on the Rez: ASU women’s basketball trip rewarding for all
FORT DEFIANCE – Arizona State women’s basketball brought the game of basketball to the Navajo people.
With Pac-12 South title in sight, Edwards focuses on UCLA
TEMPE – ASU has a chance to claim its first Pac-12 South title since 2013, but coach Herm Edwards made it clear Monday he is focused on UCLA.